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Wild mammals of New England

Alfred J Godin

Wild mammals of New England

by Alfred J Godin

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Published by DeLorme Publishing Company in Yarmouth, Me .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mammals -- New England

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index

    Statementby Alfred J. Godin ; with drawings by the author ; field guide edition adapted by Harry Vanderweide
    The Physical Object
    Pagination207 p. :
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17553179M
    ISBN 100899330126

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Book/5(4). A definitive guide to the one hundred species of wild mammals native to the New England states provides a detailed identification and description of each and of its behavior, distribution, and habitat. Wild Mammals of New England: (Field Guide Edition) by Alfred J.

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Wild mammals of New England. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, © (OCoLC) Learn about New England mammals, including the American Bear, White-tailed Deer, Moose, Bobcat, Coyote, American Beaver, foxes, squirrels, bats, and more.

This is a list of mammals of Great mammal fauna of Great Britain is somewhat impoverished compared to that of Continental Europe due to the short period of time between the last ice age and the flooding of the land bridge between Great Britain and the rest of Europe. Only those land species which crossed before the creation of the English Channel and those introduced by humans.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Godin, Alfred J. Wild mammals of New England. Yarmouth, Me.: DeLorme Pub. ; Chester, CT: Distributed by Globe Pequot.

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The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London, xxi + pp., illustrated, Price $25Author: Thomas H. Kunz. Guide to North American Birds. Featured Bird Purple Sandpiper.

Purple Sandpiper. Calidris maritima. 3; Photo: Bill Dix/Audubon Photography Awards. Search. The wild mammals of New England are often elusive and difficult to locate.

They range from forests, to shores edges to mountain tops. Their tracks, scats, and signs may be the best clue for the nature-wise detective whether a casual observer, amateur naturalist, or outdoor adventure enthusiast of any : Quick Reference Publishing, Incorporated.

Over species of birds either breed, are resident, migrate through, or winter in New England. This includes both land birds and seabirds. Some of these birds have a fairly small New England range (for example, the Spruce Grouse) and other birds are found throughout the region.

*Covers all orchids growing wild in New England, New York, and adjacent areas of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. *Includes illustrated keys to the genera and species and a checklist of northeastern orchids.

*Describes in alphabetical order 71 orchid species and varieties, with a drawing of each, and full information on more than 50 forms and hybrids.4/5(1). Animals of New England. Here are some pictures of animals you might see in our town.

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The plants discussed here are native to New England (U.S.); check with your local wildflower society to learn which plants are native to your own region and where you can buy them. While native plants are sometimes called "wild" plants, note that, technically speaking, not all wild plants are native plants.

The largest of the native wild cats of New England is the puma, though a breeding population of this remarkable carnivore no longer exists in the region. A large male (tom) puma may weigh pounds of more and span 8 feet from nose to tail tip; among global .The Wildlife of New England also offers informative introductions to 60 of the region’s iconic animals organized by their natural habitats and shown in stunning photographs, many in color.

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